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ACADEMIC SUBJECT acquired acquisitions American Libraries annual Asia Asian Studies Berkeley bibliographic bookdealer budget California cards Chicago Chinese Clara Southern collection development collections in American Columbia cooperation cost coverage Current Status Dissertations on Japan documents East Asian collections East Asian libraries East Asian material Edo period faculty funding government publications Graduate Theological Union Harvard holdings Hoover Illinois institutions interlibrary loan Japanese collections Japanese language Japanese materials Japanese studies JJJ AAA TOTAL Johns Hopkins SAIS journals language materials librarians library collections Library of Congress library resources literature Meiji Meiji period Michigan microfilms microforms National Periodicals Center National Union Catalog Nihon Nohon shuho PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PRIMARY DISSERTATIONS Princeton problems purchase regional Research Libraries resource sharing sansei Japanese Americans scholars SECONDARY DISSERTATIONS serials Shuppan special collections specialists staff Tokyo Tsien Union List University Library users volumes Washington workshop Yale
Page 18 - A publication in any medium issued in successive parts bearing numerical or chronological designations and intended to be continued indefinitely. Serials include periodicals; newspapers; annuals (reports, yearbooks, etc.); the journals, memoirs, proceedings, transactions, etc., of societies; and numbered monographic series.
Page 18 - Similarly, the definition of a periodical is identical : "a serial appearing or intended to appear indefinitely at regular or stated intervals, generally more frequently than annually, each issue of which normally contains separate articles, stories, or other writings.
Page 83 - Japanese studies in the United States: a report on the state of the field, current resources, and future needs.
Page 80 - ... libraries, such as the Center for Research Libraries and the British Lending Library Division — is not so much that they will save us funds we can reallocate to other purposes, but that they will permit us to continue to have access to a large universe of materials we can no longer afford, spending our diminishing funds on the materials we need and use most.
Page 18 - Periodical. A serial appearing or intended to appear indefinitely at regular or stated intervals, generally more frequently than annually, each issue of which normally contains separate articles, stories, or other writings. Newspapers disseminating general news, and the proceedings, papers, or other publications of corporate bodies primarily related to their meetings are not included in this term.
Page 83 - Massey, CULCON Report on Japanese Studies at Colleges and Universities in the United States in the Mid-70s, prepared for the Subcommittee on Japanese Studies, US -Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange, New York 1977.
Page 116 - States; (2) support for major collections of Japanese books and publications in appropriate libraries located throughout the United States and similar support for collections of American books and publications in appropriate libraries located throughout Japan...
Page 75 - unique collections" refers to a body of materials and information which shares a common characteristic, such as form (newspapers), period (Renaissance), language (Japanese), or subject (chemistry). The Commission recognizes that there are many institutions in the country, both publicly and privately supported, whose collections include one-of-a-kind resources of general interest and potential benefit for the entire population, eg, the comprehensive research collections of Harvard University...
Page 78 - The Library of Congress, the Center for Research Libraries, and the Universal Serials and Book Exchange are mentioned as possible bases of the National Periodicals Center. The Task Force has recommended that LC operate and manage the Center. LC in turn requested that the Council on Library Resources study...